Our Stables Headquarters off NM Hwy 522
Please plan to arrive at our Headquarters at NM Hwy 522 just past Mile Marker 15 (Google Map Directions) at least 30 minutes before your scheduled ride time. Unless you have booked a half day with lunch in the Ski Valley, then you are to meet at 9 am in the upper parking lot at the Taos Ski Resort.
La Lama Hills
Conveniently join us at our headquarters for a gentle ride through foothill piñon-juniper forests. A spectacular, winding ride through the forest before ending at a viewpoint with amazing vistas of the Taos valley and western mountains.
Red River Fish Hatchery
[location currently unavailable this season]
Follow us to our trailhead just off the Fish Hatchery road. Here we begin a trip that moves through forests of ponderosa and juniper and eventually reaches a hill with local area views. You can also drive down and visit the trout hatchery after your ride—feeding the fish is always a treat, especially for the young (and young at heart) members of the group!
Conveniently located just across the highway from our headquarters, Cebolla Mesa is your place for wide open space. This gently rolling landscape of sagebrush, dotted with groves of juniper, piñon, and ponderosa, always smells lovely! Our two-hour or sunset trail generally includes a visit to the Red River Gorge overlook. On our longer rides, our route follows the Red River Gorge as well as the Rio Grande Gorge, with truly impressive views into the gorges and across the landscape on the west side. If you want to see more of the Gorge, this is the location for you!
Taos Ski Valley
Beginning in July (so we don’t have to worry about getting stuck in the snow), we ride the amazing Bull of the Woods trail in the Taos Ski Valley. Eventually climbing to over 13,000 feet, this trail passes through pine and aspen forests and the occasional alpine meadow. Shorter rides will give you streams, forest, and wildflowers; longer rides will have views over Red River and the Ski Valley. Our all-day rides give you the chance to move up above tree line, and possibly to the highest point in New Mexico!